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Summer 2022 Course

HON 300 - Fundamentals of Volunteer Engagement 

Instructor: Alysia Davis
Format: Asynchronous, Virtual

This course will explore the fundamentals of volunteer engagement as a professional practice in the nonprofit and human services setting. Students will identify and analyze emerging trends in volunteerism, and learn how to be effective advocates for volunteer stewardship as a key element of nonprofit sustainability.  The content of this course will follow successive steps in the volunteer engagement “cycle”: Planning and Preparing for Volunteers; Volunteer Recruitment; Volunteer Orientation and Training; Volunteer Supervision and Program Evaluation; and Volunteer Retention and Acknowledgment. Assignments will focus on competencies required for each step. Students are encouraged to keep a particular organization and volunteer position/role in mind through the successive readings and assignments, in order to effectively apply these principles. The fundamental design of the course is based on  learning through critical thought related to leadership and management roles with volunteers.

Dr. Alysia Davis is the Director of Student Engagement for Honors.

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HTH 456 - Grant Writing in Health Sciences (open to ANY major)

Instructor: Dayna Henry
Format: Online

Increasingly social service and health providers are required to have grant writing skills and/or be responsible for obtaining external funds to support their positions, fuel projects, or promote programs. There is so much money out there to help fund programs you might want to offer. How can you find the money? How can you get the money? This course will help you learn how to find and obtain this money and all about the language surrounding the world of grants. This project-based course will provide the overview of grantsmanship skills including locating funding sources, improving collaboration skills, understanding program development and grant proposal preparation. You will leave the course with 2 highly marketable products to bring to job interviews! 

Dr. Dayna Henry is Associate Professor in Health Sciences and Coordinator of Student Creative Activities and Research in the Office of Research and Scholarship.

Can satisfy Honors elective requirements OR Honors research/experiential learning requirement. 

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